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In today’s day and age, technology is huge. We believe we can’t live without it. You wouldn’t be on this blog without some form of technology use. Well, technology can be a blessing or a curse. In this case, I’m arguing for blessing because, as one of my friends always.

Why a Wedding?

Why go through all of the fuss of planning an affair like a wedding? Why not just say “I do” at the courthouse in front of the required witnesses and be done with it? When did wedding turn into such a big deal . . . and why?     .

You’re Invited!

The first glimpse of your event will be seen by your guests through the invitations that you choose. Choosing invitations occurs in two steps: Choose the theme/colors Include important information First, you must choose an appropriate theme for your party. Your son loves Legos? Lego party it is! Your engaged.

In Case of Emergency…

Every bride wants to look and feel her best on her wedding day . . . but sometimes things happen. If you are in charge of helping the bride on her big day, be sure to have an emergency kit to take care of any problem or mishap that comes.

Showers of Fun

When planning a party for a mom-to-be, there are a few things you will want to include. Here are 5 suggestions: 1. Invitations There are lots of great places to find fun and creative invitations online. 2. Guest Book Want a cute way to remember friends and family.

The Expert’s Advice

Hannah Irving is a wife and mother of 5 adorable boys. Her husband was my youth pastor in high school, and I loved getting to know their family. Hannah started planning parties for her kids and posting pictures of all the fun. She has organized around 40 parties since then.


Keeping the guests at your event busy and having fun can sometimes be a challenge. There are so many fun games and activities to choose from. Keep your audience in mind when choosing activities. Check out the video for a few suggestions for entertaining at a bridal shower.

Center of Attention

I received a comment on my last blog post that asked about centerpieces. So, here are a few thoughts for choosing or creating centerpieces: 1. Use common household items. Household fall decorations often include autumn colored leaves which can easily be attached to decorative candles to create a simple,.

Parties! Parties everywhere! Parties for everything . . .

Everybody seems to think that planning a party or event has to be extravagant and expensive. Parents throw their kids a million dollar first birthday party – seems a bit extreme, considering they won’t even remember it! It doesn’t have to be that way though. When you say you’re going.